Ambrotypes, ca. 1880.

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Ambrotypes, ca. 1880.

Ambrotypes, chiefly portraits of people, but also including buildings and scenes from Portland, Me., by photographers such as Hayward's Studio, R. Adams, T.R. Burnham, and J.H. Young.

4.5 linear ft. (9 glass plate negative boxes)

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